Distal radius fractures: Is surgery necessary?

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As a result of icy and brutally cold weather conditions, we are seeing an increasing amount of injuries from FOOSH: Fall on outstretched hand... Read more

When does ‘tennis elbow’ mean surgery?

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Lateral epicondylitis more popularly known as “Tennis Elbow” affects approximately 1-3% of population annually. It may occur in... Read more

Tennis elbow not just for the Serena Williams’ of the world

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“Tennis elbow” has less to do with tennis as you might think. This painful condition, in more medical terms referred to as "lateral... Read more

Treatment for acute and chronic thumb ligament injuries

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In my previous blog, I briefly talked about skier's thumb, a very commonly missed injury to the ligaments of the thumb. Skier's thumb is an... Read more

'Gamekeeper's thumb' and how it affects athletes

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On a day like today, skiing may be the last thing on your mind. But I wanted to discuss an injury that can be easily missed for being a lot... Read more

Yoga and wrist pain: Listen to your body!

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I wanted to open a discussion regarding association of wrist pain and exercise that requires increased weight bearing on upper extremities... Read more

CrossFit beginners: Choose wisely!

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With increasing popularity of the CrossFit training program, we have been seeing some happy customers as well as the other side of the spectrum... Read more